An insect-eating plant proves that evolved strategies can sometimes be just as effective as thinking through problems.
A cultural agency in the United Kingdom says it has discovered the oldest living Christmas tree in all of Britain.
In a matter of days, perhaps hours, a rare corpse flower will bloom in upstate New York. True to its name, the plant is expected to unleash a stench like rotting flesh.
The find has shed light on the origins of a plant that traps its food using leaves that act like fly paper.
Designs made with flowers, live plants, and organic elements hit the catwalk at the BioFashion event, in Cali, Colombia.
Outside of sprucing up ghost towns, does the tumbleweed do anything useful? The giant balls of thistle are more trouble than they're worth, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The agency wants to eradicate them with a designer virus.
A Japanese scientist has invented a way to design, print and grow herb and flower gardens in nearly any shape. Continue reading →
Dust from the Sahara blows minerals from fish fossils across the Atlantic and helps plants grow in the Amazon rainforest.
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